Our mission is to improve the health prospects of women living with
lymphangioleio​myomatosis (LAM).

LAM Australia Research Alliance is a not-for-profit organisation run wholly by volunteers.

ABOUT US

  • Funding research to find a cure for LAM
  • Raising awareness of LAM
  • Supporting women living with LAM

DOCTORS WITH LAM EXPERTISE

NEWS

On 19 August international medical journal PLOS ONE published news of a breakthrough in LAM research: the world’s first blood test to confirm LAM. See the journal article here.

With funding from LAM Australia Research Alliance, scientists at Sydney's Woolcock Institute of Medical Research have isolated biomarkers in blood serum believed to be unique to LAM. A world's first blood test capable of identifying LAM by testing for biomarkers specific to LAM will follow.

RESEARCH GIVES HOPE TO WOMEN WITH LAM